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This seems like it would be obvious, but I can't find it anywhere on the screens provided when I log into my wireless router. Maybe I'm just missing something obvious here, but I thought I'd take the chance of looking stupid and ask the community anyway.

Is there a simple way to see all the current devices connected to my wireless router?

It is a LinkSys WRT54-G router if it matters.

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up vote 12 down vote accepted

Status -> Local Network -> (button) DHCP Clients Table?

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Dang, beat me to it, +1 – Moab Jul 24 '10 at 20:00
Bingo! Thanks a million. – JohnFx Jul 24 '10 at 20:01
Don't know if computers not on DHCP will show up, though. – hyperslug Jul 24 '10 at 20:02
They won't (as the title would suggest). – Matthieu Cartier Jan 2 '11 at 2:42
I am only seeing wireless clients here. None of the hardwired PCs are showing up. I have a guest PC hardwired which I want to enable MAC filtering for without asking the guest for his MAC. – Kevin Welker Oct 14 '13 at 23:21

Type in your address bar and click on Status. Under Status menu, click on Local Network. In Local Network click on DHCP Clients Table. There, are all the computers connected to your Linksys Modem. If No computers connected to you, the DHCP Active IP Table that pop up, will be empty. Experiment connect with another computer and come back to this menu to check. There will be your pc or laptop where Client Host Name is like: Bob's pc, and IP Adress like 192.168..102, Mac Address like 00.09.10.b5.44 and Expites like 23.43.55

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Another option is to enable wireless mac filtering, then click Edit Mac Filter list, where you can see the MAC on anything connected via wlan.

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You can access this link in your network:

Where is the ip of your router.

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